Marion Cotillard's Changing Looks
See the actress's changing looks through the years.
The French star of A Very Long Engagement tucked her short blond crop to the side with a decorative bobby pin.
Cotillard framed her face with baby-fine bangs and curly tendrils-and starred in A Good Year.
The emerging actress went goth with heavy black liner and a pitch-dark shag.
The La Vie En Rose beauty wore an elaborate '40s-inspired updo.
Cotillard tried out a loose bohemian style that accentuated her natural waves.
For the Academy Awards, the actress eschewed Paris for Hollywood in loose waves and silvery shadow.
"I get to sing and dance," Cotillard told InStyle of her role in Nine. "This [opportunity] was all I wanted."
At the Toronto Film Festival, bronze shadow and turquoise liner brought out the star's bright blue eyes.
For a party in Paris, Cotillard made the most of her eyes with bronze shadow.
Inspired by Blade Runner, hairstylist Robert Vetica gave Cotillard a deconstructed French twist with gamine bangs for the Met Gala.
For an appearance at Cannes, Cotillard opted for an oversize bun adorned with a Chopard necklace.
The actress opted for a retro '40s half-updo for the Hollywood Film Awards Gala.
The actress debuts a blunt black haircut with bangs.
Cotillard goes glam! The actress showed off a bold red lip and long side bangs.
The Oscar winner opts for a demure half updo while attending the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week.
Cotillard slicked her hair back into a tight bun and wore a soft smoky eye for the Little Prince premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Allied star showcased her French minimalism with natural makeup and a simple updo.
The French actress arrived at the Cannes red carpet in May shining bright in a glittery eye, pale pink lip, and a chic slicked-back mane.